May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available

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Early registration for the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute May 22nd – 24th is now open! You can register for one, two, or all three days of the conference. To see the full schedule and find more information, visit http://triangledh.org/tdhi/. The early registration period from April 15th to April 22nd is open anyone outside of the three … Continue reading “May TDHI: Schedule and Early Registration Now Available”

John Taormina on his DH Bibliography

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John Taormina, Director of the Visual Media Center Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University recently released his comprehensive DH Bibliography, which has been the focus of his work for the past two years. Taormina took the time to answer some questions about his work on the Bibliography, which is now available through … Continue reading “John Taormina on his DH Bibliography”

Save the Date: May TDHI at UNC-CH

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Join the Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) for the second Triangle Digital Humanities Institute (TDHI)! This three-day event aims to help practitioners build digital skills, share work, and meet new collaborators. There will be two days of skill-building workshops followed by a day-long unconference. Registration will open on April 15th, and you can register for … Continue reading “Save the Date: May TDHI at UNC-CH”

A Recap of UNC’s Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

The Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon is a global campaign in celebration of Women’s History Month. The goal of Art+Feminism is to “improve coverage of cis and transgender women, non-binary folks, feminism and the arts on Wikipedia.” This Edit-a-Thon also seeks to close the Wikipedia gender gap. Currently, less than 10% of Wikipedia editors are women! In … Continue reading “A Recap of UNC’s Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon”

Register for TDHI DH Pedagogy

Register for the event –> Registration is now open for the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on Digital Pedagogy Registration link: http://bit.ly/tdhi-ped Hashtag: #tdhipedagogy Full schedule below: Location: Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall and other locations Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, 1st Floor 114 S. Buchanan Blvd. Durham, NC 27708   Morning & Early Afternoon Smith Warehouse, Ahmadieh … Continue reading “Register for TDHI DH Pedagogy”

Hunter Corb: Social Networks of Women in the Book Trade

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Hunter Corb is a second year Master of Library Science candidate at UNC’s School of Library and Information Science. With a focus in archives and rare books, Corb is currently working on a digital humanities master’s paper to finish up his degree. The project is a social network analysis investigating the role of women in … Continue reading “Hunter Corb: Social Networks of Women in the Book Trade”

Register for THATCamp Charlotte

What is THATCamp? THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp) is an unconference that describes itself as collaborative, informal, productive, non-disciplinary, and fun. THATCamp is a place for humanists and technologist to come together, talk, and learn from each other. This conference is inexpensive (or free!) and small with usually around 75 participants. If you are … Continue reading “Register for THATCamp Charlotte”

Meet Darius: The TDHN Mascot

You may have seen our little robot friend around the website, Twitter, or at a TDHN event and wondered, “what the heck is that?” Well, the wait is over, your questions answered, because we’re formally introducing our mascot, Darius Hardscrabble (DH for short) to the network! Darius was born early in TDHN’s rebirth when Nathan Kelber … Continue reading “Meet Darius: The TDHN Mascot”

An Interview with Ryan Shaw

Ryan Shaw is an associate professor at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science and a well-versed digital humanities scholar. Read his interview about past influences, current projects, and future ambitions here: Did you first learn about DH from a computing or a humanities perspective? What is your background, and how did it lead … Continue reading “An Interview with Ryan Shaw”

Highlight: NC Clear Path

NC Clear Path is a start-up with a mission to harness GIS data to “provide safe and accessible trip planning on pedestrian ways for people with limited mobility.” Since winning the 2018 Civic Camp Hackathon, this start-up has been making huge strides in gathering the geographical data that it needs in the past few months. … Continue reading “Highlight: NC Clear Path”